Suzie Bates scored a brilliant 62 as New Zealand Women won a last ball thriller to seal the T20 series against India at Auckland on Friday. Continue reading “India Women vs New Zealand Women Auckland 2nd T-20 Match Report-2019”
Smriti Mandhana produced yet another brilliant display with the bat by scoring an unbeaten 90 as India Women comfortably defeated New Zealand Women in the second ODI at the Bay Oval on Tuesday. The result saw India take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three game series, thereby following in the footsteps of their mens’ side, who went 3-0 up against the Black Caps at the same venue yesterday. Continue reading “India Women vs New Zealand Women Second ODI Match Report-2019”
Smriti Mandhana scored a brilliant century as the Indian women’s team thumped New Zealand women by nine wickets in the first One-day International at Napier on Thursday. India’s men had beaten the Black Caps at the same venue yesterday by eight wickets, and the women went one step better at McLean Park. Continue reading “India Women vs New Zealand Women Napier First ODI Match Report January 24 2019”
Here are the list of Indian women players who are going to feature in the three ODIs and three T-20’s against New Zealand scheduled to begin on January 24.
This will be India’s first overseas tour after their T20 World Cup semifinal exit in the West Indies at the hands of England. It will also be WV Raman’s first assignment as head coach, with the former Tamil Nadu opener taking over the reigns from Ramesh Powar. Continue reading “Indian Women’s squad for New Zealand tour 2019- ODI’s & T20’s”
India women’s skipper Harmanpreet Kaur notched up her maiden T-20 hundred, as India comfortably beat New Zealand by 34 runs in the first match of the World T20 World Cup on Friday.
After winning the toss and electing to bat, India were rocked early, as they lost both Taniya Bhatia and star batsman Smriti Mandhana to Lea Tahuhu.
Debutant Dayalan Hemalatha too fell cheaply, leaving India in a spot of bother 40/3 at one stage.
However, Kaur and Jemimah Rodrigues then steadied the ship by adding 134 runs for the fourth wicket before the 18 year old Rodrigues was dismissed stumped by Katey Martin off Jess Watkin for a quickfire 59.
The 29 year old Kaur brought up her first T-20 hundred by smashing 103 runs off 51 balls with seven fours and 8 sixes. In the process she also became the first Indian to score a T-20 century in Women’s cricket. Her powerful hitting saw eight balls cross the fence- New Zealand by comparison could only manage one. No team in the previous T20 World Cup had managed to hit eight or more sixes either- another indicator of Kaur’s destructive capabilities. Continue reading “Harmanpreet Kaur’s First T20 International Hundred- India Women vs New Zealand Women T-20 Match Report 2018”
Here is the video of Rachael Haynes taking an outstanding one handed catch to dismiss Jess Watkin off the bowling of Ellyse Perry in the T-20 match held at Canberra on October 5. Continue reading “Rachael Haynes catch of Jess Watkin- Australia Women vs New Zealand Women-2018”